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Baruch Harold Wood vs Philip Norman Wallis
British Correspondence Championship -6 (1945) (correspondence), ?
French Defense: Winawer. Advance Variation (C17)  ·  1-0

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Oct-01-09
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  Benzol: This game won B H Wood the prize for the best played game in the British Correspondence championship. A good game for students of the Winawer variation of the French Defence.
Oct-01-09
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  Benzol: BTW as it's correspondence why didn't White play 36.Qg3#?
Feb-12-10
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  GrahamClayton: <Benzol>BTW as it's correspondence why didn't White play 36.Qg3#?

<Benzol>,
According the game score in Tim Harding's book "50 Golden Chess Games- More Masterpieces of Correspondence Chess" (Chess Mail Publishing, 2004), the final moves were 35...♔g2 36.♕e2+ Resigns.

Feb-12-10
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  Benzol: <GrahamClayton> Thanks, that explains a lot. It would have been very strange for a correspondence player to have overlooked such a simple mate otherwise.

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